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2018 Young Journalist Award: Voices of hope

05 Feb 2018 |

Young Journalist Award logoWith the support of Australian Catholic University, Australian Catholics is giving students in Catholic schools around the country the opportunity to get their writing published and win great prizes in our 2018 Young Journalist Award. 

Fake news

05 Feb 2018 | Dana Sutherland

fun illustration of young man with a question mark thought bubblePope Francis has dedicated this year's World Communications Day message to the issue of 'fake news'. We asked one of our young writers to explore why it's an important issue.


Online exclusive: A taste of a world without boundaries

29 Nov 2017 | Brenna Dempsey

How is it that we can be a different person when we go on holidays? One of our young writers, Brenna Dempsey, reflects on her overseas adventure in June this year, and pines for those days again. 

2017 Young Journalist Award 

09 Aug 2017 |

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Young Journalist Award! 

YJA 2017 Junior Section Runner-Up: Sr Mary, friend to all 

09 Aug 2017 | Hannah Dowling

Sister Mary mightn’t be famous, or a person you’re hanging for an autograph from, but she might be one of the most amazing people you will ever meet. 

YJA 2017 Junior Section Winner: New Beginning 

09 Aug 2017 | Sarah Sona

My story started in Iraq, in a little village called Qaraqosh where I was born in 2004. Life was peaceful. 

YJA 2017 Intermediate Section Runner-Up: A man who practices what he preaches

09 Aug 2017 | Shaun Saldana

On Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing North, is a beautiful church called St James the Apostle. Depending on the time, in this church, you can meet the most just, compassionate person I have met in my 12 years of life (besides my parents of course). 

YJA 2017 Intermediate Section Winner: A light for a nation 

09 Aug 2017 | Noelle Ramirez

Picture this: Seeing a beautiful, bright, red-orange glow, only to find it disappear from your very eyes, leaving you in complete and utter darkness. Now, imagine every night of your life, with only a dim flicker of a dangerous kerosene lamp lighting your way. 

What is there to lose?

09 Aug 2017 | Francesca Tomasiello

There is this idea that going to church every Sunday is no longer practical for young people. But my recent experience at my friend’s church showed me something I didn’t expect. 

My favourite female artists

23 May 2017 |

These four women display leadership through their preferred areas of art. They highlight the importance of the arts and the impact they have on society.

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